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All Saints' Church Font, Milwich,

The font in All Saints' Church dates from the thirteenth century and is decorated with roll moulding at the rim and base. Part of the font is plain and it is probable the font was never finished or ...

All Saints' Church, Standon, (1)

All Saints was restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1846. The west wall of the nave and north aisle date from the Norman period. The church tower was built in the fourteenth century. Photograph ...

Alrewas Church - North Doorway: sepia drawing

'North Doorway of Alrewas Church,' showing a plain Norman door with a single arch.'J. Buckler.'

Alrewas Church - West Doorway: sepia drawing

'West Doorway of Alrewas Church, Staffordshire,' showing the west doorway with a Norman arch of two orders.'J. Buckler.'

Armitage Church - South Doorway: sepia drawing

'South Doorway of Armitage Church, Staffordshire,' showing a very elaborate Norman doorway of three orders, decorated with chevrons and masks etc.'J. C. Buckler.'

Armitage Churchyard Cross

This view of a Cross in Armitage Churchyard is taken from a glass negative. The Cross is a replica made from Norman fragments. It was given to Armitage Church around 1845-1847 by Josiah Spode at the ...

Brewood - Whiteladies Priory (Ruin) : engraving

Details of the north and south doors (Norman), a floor tile, and Dame Joan's tomb-stone, 1669. With inscription.'D. Parkes, del., [drawn,] 15 July 1807; J. Basire, sc., [engraved.]'

Brewood - Whiteladies Priory (Ruin) : sepia drawing

Showing details of the remains:1. The capitals to the transept arch.2. The small window to the nave, with a dripstone.3. The north door, with part of the arch and one capital to arch.'J.B.,' [John Buckler.]...

Codsall Church - South Doorway: sepia drawing

'South Doorway of Codsall Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a Norman door of two orders, with zig-zag decoration. 'J. B.,' [John Buckler].

Doorway, St. Mary's Church, Swynnerton,

The carved west doorway in the tower dates from the Norman period. Photograph donated by Stafford Historical and Civic Society, who retain copyright ownership.

Font in Checkley Church: sepia drawing

'Font in Checkley Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a Norman font with a round shallow drum, with carvings and tracery, on a drum-shaped pillar and round base.'J. C. B.,' [John Chessell Buckler.]

Font in Ilam Church: lithograph

'Font, Ilam, Staffordshire,' showing Norman, round, tub-shaped font on the floor. There are six crude carvings in arched recesses, viz. a half figure of a man, and a monster devouring human head. G. ...

Font in Ilam Church: sepia drawing

'Font in Ilam Church, Staffordshire,' showing a Norman, round, tub-shaped font on the floor. There are six crude carvings in arched recesses, viz. Lamb with staff, and cross with bird, and monster devouring ...

Font in Ilam Church: sepia drawing

'Font in Ilam Church, Staffordshire,' showing a Norman, round, tub-shaped font on the floor. There are six crude carvings in arched recesses, viz. Lamb with staff, and cross with bird, and monster devouring ...

Font in Longdon Church: sepia drawing

'Font in Longdon Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a tub-shaped font with a band of carving under the rim, and a carved wreath at the base. The body is decorated by a design of diagonal ribs.'J. B.,' ...

Font in Longdon Church: sepia wash drawing

'Font in Longdon Church.' Showing a tub-shaped font with a band of carving under the rim, and a carved wreath at the base. The body is decorated by a design of diagonal ribs.'A. E. Everitt.'

Fonts, All Saints' Church, Milwich,

All Saints' font dates from the thirteenth century and is decorated with roll moulding at the rim and base. Part of the font is plain and it is probable the font was never finished or may have been ...

Interior of Church Eaton Church: sepia drawing

'Interior View of Church Eaton Church, Staffordshire (looking west).' Showing the Norman tower arch, and two small lights under the the tower.'J. Buckler.'